Mark Heyes and Andrew Barton returned to the Mall at Cribbs Causeway this week for 18 live catwalk shows staged as part of Bristol Fashion Week (BFW).
Spread across five days, from 21st – 25th March, BFW allows fashion lovers to indulge in fashion, style and pampering.
Guests can sample the delights of an Marks and Spencer 50’s style champagne tea party in the Fashion Theatre Reception, win a designer handbag during every catwalk show, courtesy of John Lewis, and indulge in the luxurious treatments on offer at the BFW Pamper Zone.
There’s still time to catch this year’s show, with tickets available for the 5pm performance tonight (Saturday 24th) and at 11am, 1pm and 3pm tomorrow (Sunday 25th).
Tickets are available to purchase online at www.mallcribbs.com or from the Information Desk at The Mall. All visitors receive a Bristol Fashion Week goody bag and a free Event Guide full of offers, competitions and vouchers to use in The Mall.
The Journal’s fashion correspondent was at the VIP show on Thursday and reports:
“Bristol Fashion Week provided a fantastic show once again! This spring/summer’s top looks and trends were put together by TV style expert Mark Heyes and co-presented with celebrity hairdresser Andrew Barton.”
“It was a fantastic turn-out with the venue full of a variety of different people. From Cribbs Causeway staff to people from local newspapers, people that wanted some fashion advice to teenage girls with an interest in style, Bristol Fashion Week had a little something for everyone.”
“The special effects were fantastic and clearly the event had detailed planning and ran extremely smoothly.”
“The event supported local business SAKS by using their team for the hairstyling. Companies such as Marks and Spencer, John Lewis and Body Shop, all based at the Mall, were well promoted.”
“Overall, a truly enjoyable and interesting experience for anybody remotely interested in the way they look.”
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